Recent legislation passed to make it harder for women to seek access to safe abortion in Texas. For this piece, I attended an abortion rights march being held in New York, to get New Yorkers' perspective on the issue.
Outside, of painting, sculpting, and singing I asked New Yorkers what they considered to be art.
What is art?
The Covid-19 pandemic brought everything to a halt, however, New Yorkers and out of towners can now rejoice with the reopening of Broadway! I set out to get what eager theatre-goers were thinking.
Anniversary of the Parkland Massacre
On February 14, 2017, the unthinkable happened in Parkland, Florida. It was a normal Valentine's Day at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, where students were looking forward to the holiday. However, the peacefulness was shattered as a gunman and former student of the school unleashed chaos upon the unsuspecting students. In the end, 17 lives were lost and countless lives were destroyed. In lieu of the upcoming first anniversary, I produced a story asking leading psychologists what can drive a person to commit such an unforgivable act and how we can prevent this from happening in the future.
Technology and law
In October of 2018, the Boynton Beach Police Department received a nearly, half-million dollar grant from the federal government to purchase crime prevention software. In reporting for this story I found out what exactly this grant was meant for and why the Mayor of Boynton Beach is not exactly thrilled to receive it.
When Spanish River High School football player, Miles Levine, suffered a near-fatal brain injury after being sacked at an away game back in August of 2018, paramedics immediately rushed him to the hospital where he would later have emergency brain surgery. Today, Levine is alive thanks to the efforts of the E.M.T's, but the event raised a question: "Should there be mandatory staffing of paramedics at every high school football game?"